A 1905-1906 Thomas-Flyer, which is a 525 ci four with 50 hp and double chain-drive.
Here’s a good looking group-and who’s the lucky lady with three men to escort her? The car is a 1911 Pope-Hartford.
It’s another snow-filled day here today. I’ll bet this 1914 Pierce-Arrow Model 48 Coupe would make it a bit more enjoyable.
The second racing car in line appears to be Jenatzy, who drove for Mercedes. He was known as the Red Devil because of his red hair and his hard driving.
This gas station and garage in Colorado makes for an interesting photo if you study all of the details. It appears they were a Chevrolet dealer in addition to also selling Miller Cord tires. The gasoline that the visible pump out front supplied was 22 cents a gallon, which is comparable to what we are…